Tuesday, August 10, 2010

FIELD STUDY (Experience the Teaching Learning Process)


Experience the Teaching Learning Process

Episode 2 Application on Learning Principles

Name of FS Student: Archie Ryan B. Cutanda Course: BTTE-IV

Cooperating School: Agusan National High School Address: Agusan, Cagayan de Oro

Date of Visit: August 10, 2010 Subject: Physics Year Level: IV-EARTH

Resource Teacher: Marlon A. Dagatan Signature: _____________

Objectives: At the end of the activity the FS student should be able to:

1. identify the learning principles applied by the teacher

2. describe the teacher behavior to apply the principle

3. describe the student activity

4. identify the goal/ objectives attained


1. What were the learning principles involved? Describe the teacher’s behavior.

The learning principles involved and the teacher’s behavior are outlined in the table below.

2. What were the students’ activities?

The students’ activities are outlined in the table below.

Learning Principle

Teacher’s Activity

Student’s Activity

1. Law of Readiness

Motivate the students by asking them the previous acquired information regarding the topic “Reflection.”

The students were actively participated during the discussion and problem solution given by the teacher.

2. Law of Exercise

Providing the students with three exercises before giving them an assignment.

Solving the given problem in their respected sits while others were answering it on the board.

3. Law of Belongingness

Boys and girls were separated in two rows to possess the quality of belongingness.

Student-to-student interaction and discussion with in their paired or groups.

4. Law of Effect

The teacher was acknowledging the students who were actively participate in the class.

Motivate and stimulate when acknowledge by the teacher.

5. Law of Association/Association process

The teacher connects the previous lesson to the new one.

Attaining and participating in class discussion.

6. Law of Frequency and Recency

More elaborations on analytical problem solving of how to solve the focal length of the reflected object in a reflection.

The students’ solve the given problem in the fast way, after the teacher gives them the problem example in three times.

7. Active or Dynamic process

Letting the students to do the problem solving in the board.

Self-activity of students by answering the given problem on the board.

8. Integration

The topic-reflection of Physics integrates with angles solving in Math.

Using the application of the students’ knowledge in the problem solving in Math.

9. Creativeness

Draft the reflected object with respect to the original object and solve the focal length.

Manage and understood easily the subject matter through the aid of drawing presentation done by the teacher.

10. Understanding

Understood the cause of unattained students (e.g. sleepiness).

Few of the students were sleeping in the class.

11. Transferrable

Transferred the analytic method of solving the focal length to the students.

Acquiring knowledge in fast way because of the analytical problem solving used by the teacher.

12. Context

Discussed the topic on the context in which the students can easily comprehend the equitation of the reflection in general.

Contextual topic will easily adopted and comprehend by the students.

13. Cooperative process

Teacher-student cooperation in solving the given problem.

Teacher-student cooperation in solving the given problem.

14. Personality of the teacher

Here are some of the personal characteristics of the teacher:


-More on explanation

-Teaching strategies are good

-Cheerful in teaching

Students’ peaceful mind and readiness to lean because of the personality of the teacher.

3. What Objectives was/were attained?

The objectives of the teacher were attained and these are the following:

· Motivate the students

· Make an exercise so that the students know the method of solving the problem

· Acknowledging the accomplishment of students

· Relate the subject matter with the other subject

· Conduct review exercises

· Promote students’ self-activity

· Integration of the subject to other subject

· Encourage cooperativeness among students

4. Give your insights on the activity?

My perspective insights during my class observation through the use of proper teaching strategies, knowledge in the principles of learning and the teacher’s personality were the great elements in facilitating learning and acquiring of knowledge in the mind of the learners.

The premises of this field study as student-teaching learner are:

· I must recognize and know the principle of teaching

· I should promote within my-self the principles of learning

· I should act the proper conduct of the teacher with respect to the principle of teaching

· I should encourage the students’ self-activity within my class

Real learning will achieve through self-activity of the learners; without which, learning cannot occur. Learning by doing creates the room of improvement among the learners with have low intelligence. Self-activity stimulates cooperation, creativeness, understanding, purpose, integration, association and knowledge acquisition.

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